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A curated international photography exhibition

April 7–27, 2022                                                                                  newsletter

The boy on top
Back Door
Nature interrupted No. 3
Sleepytime Fog
Spook Bridge Georgia
In All Quietness 05
Empty bench
Mindscapes No. 2
View From The Apex
New Year's Eve, 2021
Just A
Emporium 2
Water Pitcher
Bedroom Wall #1
Dark Silent Alley
Wabi sabi No. 9
Winter Landscape
about... absence of noise No. 3
Silence No. 3
Many Are Called
Harbor Silence 1
You’re Not Alone
Regardening #1
Untitled #4, Barumbara
Silent dancer
Dreaming Melody
It's So Quiet
Lago di Como
Moon Over Contrail
Come Back Tomorrow
After Demolition
Brookfield Dr. #3, Self Portrait
Land Art
Sunset in the room
Absence II

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Silence is always conceived against its opposites; sound, noise, loudness. Silence is strongly associated with loneliness and alienation, the unknown and disturbing landscape on the one hand, and the known tranquillity and peace on the other hand. Photographically, the contrast between deep darkness and dazzling light is also decisive. After natural or social catastrophes, everything falls silent; empty cities, villages, abandoned public transport and empty workplaces remind us for the transience and fragility of humankind. Silence is accompanied by quiet activities such as contemplation and meditation, which negate the very nature of action itself. Silence is also often present in still lifes, cityscapes, portraits, and many other photographic genres.


Curator's choice

Emmanuelle Becker: The boy on top

Honourable mentions

Preston BuchtelUnsaid

Gary Justis: Back Door

Paula Rae Gibson: Nature interrupted No. 3

Exhibiting photographers

Mildred Alpern (New York, NY, USA), Donatella Arione (Alba, Italy), Emmanuelle Becker (Paris, France), Lindsay Brice (New York, NY, USA), Eva Brunner (Berlin, Germany), Preston Buchtel (Cleveland, OH, USA), Thierry Camus (Paris, France), Matteo Capone (Rome, Italy), Mary Constantine (Las Cruces, NM, USA), Dorie Dahlberg (Long Branch, NJ, USA), Paul Delpani (Vienna, Austria), Peter Devenyi (Ottawa, Canada), Jennifer Eddins (Mt Airy, MD, USA), Francisca Filleul (Ottawa, Canada), Sari Fried-Fiori (Katy, TX, USA), Danielle L Goldstein (New York, NY, USA), Gary Justis (Bloomington, IL, USA), Casey Kaufman (Brooklyn, NY, USA), Theodore Kefalopoulos (Alexandria, Greece), John Kosmer (Fly Creek, NY, USA), Inbal Kristin (Ashkelon, Israel), Catarina Lay (Houston, TX, USA), Debbie McCulliss (Greenwood Village, CO, USA), Sabine Nagel (frau_odysseus) (Potsdam, Germany), Fern L. Nesson (Cambridge, MA, USA), Lake Roberson Newton (Memphis, TN, USA), Juergen Pawlik (Woerthsee, Germany), Léna Piani (Ajaccio, France), Eyal Pinkas (Heidelberg, Germany), Ann Prochilo (Swieqi, Malta), Dieter Provoost (Zedelgem, Belgium), Paula Rae Gibson (London, UK), Ábel Réti (Budapest, Hungary), Inna Rogatchi (Turku, Finland), Jane Ross (London, UK), Marian Rubin (Montclair, NJ, USA), Miranda Schmitz (Lier, Belgium), Paul David Shea (Plymouth, MA, USA), Allan Syphers (Gwynedd Valley, PA, USA), Judit Erzsébet Szabó (Budapest, Hungary), Leanne Trivett (Johnson City, TN, USA), Ilya Trofimenko (Dresden, Germany), Ann Vardanega (Ingham, Australia), Eddy Verloes (Boutersem, Belgium), Eiji Yamamoto (Saarbruecken, Germany), Jagoda Zwiernik (Edinburgh, Scotland)

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